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DURBAN - 28 December 2015 - Nomarashiya Caluza, the provincial secretary of the South African Democratic Teachers Union speaks at a press conference in Durban, claiming that the country's largest education department in the province of KwaZulu-Natal has failed to pay salary increases to teachers who teach Grade R pupils -- the first year of schooling. She also claimed that several hundred markers had not been paid for marking the final school leaving exam papers of those pupils finishing school at he end of 2015. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP

DURBAN - 28 December 2015 - Nomarashiya Caluza, the provincial secretary of the South African Democratic Teachers Union speaks at a press conference in Durban, claiming that the country's largest education department in the province of KwaZulu-Natal has failed to pay salary increases to teachers who teach Grade R pupils -- the first year of schooling. She also claimed that several hundred markers had not been paid for marking the final school leaving exam papers of those pupils finishing...
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Credit: Allied Picture Press/APP
Date: 28 Dec 2015
City/Location: Durban
Country: South Africa
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